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Manny Bianco (Character)
from "Black Books" (2000)

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Manny is the ex- accountant employee at 'Black Books'... See more »
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  1. "Black Books"
        - Party (2004) TV episode, Played by Bill Bailey (as Manny)
        - Travel Writer (2004) TV episode, Played by Bill Bailey (as Manny)
        - A Little Flutter (2004) TV episode, Played by Bill Bailey (as Manny)
        - Moo-Ma and Moo-Pa (2004) TV episode, Played by Bill Bailey (as Manny)
        - Elephants and Hens (2004) TV episode, Played by Bill Bailey (as Manny)
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From "Black Books: Cooking the Books (#1.1)" (2000)
[after Manny has swallowed "The Little Book Of Calm"]
Doctor: Well, it's bad news I'm afraid, Mr. Bianco. 'The Little Book of Calm' has become lodged between the small intestine and the pancreas. If it rotates a centimetre or two to the left, you'll be dead in seconds.
Manny: Oh my God!
Doctor: No no, hold on a moment, that's just the worst case scenario. The other possibility - and this is far more likely - is that 'The Little Book of Calm' will move to the right, where it will enter the renal canal. If this happens, you could live for anything up to, ooh, ten years, one year, who knows?
Manny: Oh my God!
Doctor: Because of the massive scarring caused by 'The Little Book of Calm', however, it is possible that you will be in a massive amount of pain...
Manny: [interrupting] Oh my God! Oh, sorry.
Doctor: ...during that time.
Manny: Oh my God!
[the Doctor's beeper goes]
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